Do you ever wonder how some of the event managers can afford to add such an enhanced visual to their events? Well beside the fact that prices are coming down, many insiders know how to negotiate the best price for their special event. Don’t worry, true industry insights coming your way to help you source the right product, for the right application, at the right price.
The first of 12 scheduled Democratic debates are over and no one candidate has emerged as the breakout winner. What we do know is that the LED video wall provided a spectacular, “larger than life” stage to allow all the candidates to shine. The candidates learned that for as little as $10,000 dollars you can offer yourself an LED video backdrop that will have a huge impact on the audience and the broadcast.
One of the largest gaming event of the year is also the center stage for LED technology. Every year at E3, hundreds of gaming companies exhibit their latest innovations, but it is also the place for production companies to showcase the latest in LED technology. From high-res LED backdrops, cylinders, archways, and interactive floors, LED is everywhere at E3!
On December 15, the entire Company gathered in Downtown Disney for a well deserved holiday party where the only thing that outnumbered the food platters, were the numerous strikes and gutter balls. Meeting up at the luxury bowling Alley, Splitsville, the entire company was able to take a breather from the madness of work and enjoy numerous stories around gourmet sushi and no less than 8 bowling lanes.
Matrix Visual Solutions is proud to announce the purchase of 1,400 new Unilumin UPADIII 2.6mm LED panels. This purchase reinforces the company’s position as the “fastest growing rental company of state of the art LED displays”, and will help push the company’s capabilities even further and into new territories.
On December 1, 2018 President Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping announced a 90-day pause on new tariff actions that were planned to take effect January 1, 2019. These tariff would have had a major impact on the American LED panel industry, which sources the great majority of its products from China.